October 14, 2020

Let’s Curate & Living Art Life: Aligned in Preserving the Legacy of Folk Arts

It took me a long time to understand and appreciate Indian art, especially folk art! When the idea of launching a curator platform took hold of me, I started looking at everything differently. I realized how my personal collections almost always veered towards folk art. Upon investigating closer, a whole new world opened up for … Continue reading “Let’s Curate & Living Art Life: Aligned in Preserving the Legacy of Folk Arts”

May 1, 2020

An Interview with Let’s Curate Artisan, Nemunas Pakalnis of Wooden Boomerangs, Lithuania

Tell us about your background (academic and work background). Before my business of boomerangs, I had completed my Bachelor in Railway engineering and had been working as senior project manager for more than 3 years. After all these years I realized that office work is not for me – I wanted to express and fulfill … Continue reading “An Interview with Let’s Curate Artisan, Nemunas Pakalnis of Wooden Boomerangs, Lithuania”

November 29, 2019

An Idea Blossoms into a 25 Artisan Global Network: Let’s Curate’s 6 Month Journey

I began my day today by mulling over the concept of time. It means so much and yet so little! I launched Let’s Curate on June 1st and today marks 6 months since it took flight. But it feels like a lifetime since I first conceived the idea, nurtured it, and brought it to fruition. … Continue reading “An Idea Blossoms into a 25 Artisan Global Network: Let’s Curate’s 6 Month Journey”

September 30, 2019

The culture of Art – “Simple things are always the most difficult.”

Art is a form of expression that helps you say and show things that trouble, make you fall in love or just strike a chord. As a child I remember two things. Painting and Acting. Two arts although different, but essentially the same, because the result is alike. You show feelings … You create feelings … Continue reading “The culture of Art – “Simple things are always the most difficult.””

August 1, 2019

Wanetik Sculptures: When History Meets Art

Life is strange, to say the least! My vision to scour the globe for unique artisans has led me down many seemingly unrelated paths. It is interesting though, that it somehow always merges with my mission to curate not only wonderful artists but also stories that are fascinating. Israel has been on my travel wish … Continue reading “Wanetik Sculptures: When History Meets Art”